podman-volume-rm - Man Page

Remove one or more volumes

Synopsis

podman volume rm [options] volume [...]

Description

Removes one or more volumes. Only volumes that are not being used will be removed. If a volume is being used by a container, an error will be returned unless the --force flag is being used. To remove all volumes, use the --all flag. Volumes can be removed individually by providing their full name or a unique partial name.

Options

--all, -a

Remove all volumes.

--force, -f

Remove a volume by force. If it is being used by containers, the containers will be removed first.

--help

Print usage statement

Examples

$ podman volume rm myvol1 myvol2

$ podman volume rm --all

$ podman volume rm --force myvol

Exit Status

0   All specified volumes removed

1   One of the specified volumes did not exist, and no other failures

2   One of the specified volumes is being used by a container

125 The command fails for any other reason

See Also

podman-volume(1)

History

November 2018, Originally compiled by Urvashi Mohnani umohnani@redhat.com ⟨mailto:umohnani@redhat.com⟩

Referenced By

podman-volume(1), podman-volume-exists(1).